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Math Implementation Cohort Learning Partner

Area(s) of Work: K-12 Education

The K-12 Coherent Instructional Systems portfolio of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s US Program seeks to support a cohort of provider-local education agency partnerships focused on implementing coherent instructional systems (CIS) built around high-quality middle-years mathematics curricula in contexts that serve secondary students who are experiencing poverty, Black, Latino, and or English Learning designated (“priority students”). To maximize learning and knowledge generated by the Effective Implementation Cohort and meet their key implementation planning deliverables, the National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) will provide training, coaching, and consultation supports in the use of implementation science methods and tools from common implementation frameworks utilized in K-12 education such as the Active Implementation Frameworks.

Award(s)

Funding Agency:  

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Funding Period:  

10/30/2020 to 08/31/2021

Award Amount:  

$737,173

Staff

Caryn S. Ward, Principal Investigator
Ximena Franco, Co-Principal Investigator
Tanya B. Ihlo, Co-Principal Investigator
Sophia S. Farmer, Implementation Specialist
Toniann Glatz, Social Research Assistant
Collin McColskey-Leary, Implementation Specialist
Kathleen Ryan Jackson, Implementation Specialist